This is a great spoken word piece…Instead of You….(click the link)
We are excited about what God is doing here in Cricklewood, there is lots happening and exciting prospects are on the horizon.
We meet each Sunday evening for ‘worship, prayer and word’ alongside food – it is a source encouragement and learning as we explore God’s word together. We also meet through the month to pray as a team and to seek God for His guidance in the future of St Peters and the plans that are gathering pace.
A small number of us have joined together and joined the Church Planting Course at the “Centre for Church Planting and Growth” which is run by London Diocese in the Church of England.
Please feel free to join with us on Sundays or get in touch to hear about the plans for Christmas 2018 and the New Church meetings in 2019.
Over the next couple of months we are having a daytime and evening prayer meeting. If you would like to join us, please get in touch and we can spend time together in prayer. Our next meeting is on Thursday 10th May at 7pm.
Are you interested in understanding more about the Christian faith? Who is this Jesus? What is Church? Why read the Bible?
If these are questions that you have, then please feel free to get in touch, we may have just the thing for you
Lent ends, light shines through the darkness and will not be hidden again. The Church stands up, its people shout ‘He is Risen’ and the faithful of all the generations can respond Alleluia!
What a privilege to share this Holy week with St Johns West Hendon and to share the victory cry of Easter. It has also been a tremendous encouragement to share with other churches in Cricklewood as the people of God prayed and worshipped. We are truly a blessed people.
As we enter the Easter season, let us rejoice in our resurrected Saviour, Jesus Christ.
It has been a great start to Holy Week as we have been exploring the Easter story with some local school children. What a joy and a privilege to share the story that has influenced the world and points to a glorious Saviour. We are blessed to know the crucified Messiah who is resurrected and reigns in glory.
Our area is in the midst of major change as we are on the edge of a regeneration scheme, here in north west London. The changes will be huge and children born today will have left school by the time it is complete. Change is never easy but it is a constant and there is truth in the saying that we ‘do not fear change but rather the loss that change demands’.
Our hope, at St Peters, is to guide, support and nurture the local people in and through this change. As a church, we want to demonstrate that the never changing love of God is as real in times of change, as well as times of stability. Should the church engage solely in the ‘spiritual lives of its members’? Absolutely not! The church is here for all people, meeting needs, celebrating success and being ambassadors for Christ in all the changing scenes of life.
Regeneration is here….we will be there in the midst…let us serve you.